As Purim approaches, thousands of Israeli children and families grapple with poverty
Title: Everyone’s Got a Story
Author: Ruchama Feuerman
Publisher: Judaica Press
Neither your typical anthology nor your typical handbook, Everyone’s Got a Story settles both accounts in a satisfying manner. It is for anyone who enjoys a good story or anyone who would love to write a good story.
About the Author: Sara Lehmann, a freelance writer living in Brooklyn, was formerly an editor at a major New York publishing house.
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